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Gov’t says pirate radio station has gone silent

Briefs | 03/19/2019 4:23 pm EDT

An illegal radio station that allegedly kept operating despite being shut down by Innovation, Science and Economic Development Canada (ISED) has been off the air since last August, the government said in a response tabled on Monday.

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